Like many things happening in 2020, coronavirus means that Thanksgiving will be very different from previous years. While friends and family usually get together, COVID means more of this year’s celebration will be held remotely.
And with that in mind, Zoom is here to help. During the Thanksgiving period, the company is lifting its 40-minute limit on calls and will make unlimited length calls to everyone around the world for free.
The company announced plans a few weeks ago to give users with free accounts the ability to make long calls, but we felt it was worth a reminder.
Zoom said in a tweet detailing the special Thanksgiving Day offer fur:
As you can see, the time limit is being lifted globally, but if you are in a different part of the world you have to move to the U.S. Will need to match Eastern time. If you’re on the West Coast, for example, on November 25 at 9:00 p.m. To Nov. 27 at 3:00 p.m. Unlimited calls are available. In the UK this corresponds to 26:00 AM GMT from 26 November. November 27 is 11:00 AM GMT, while in Europe it is November 26 at 6:00 AM CEST and November 27 at 12:00 AM CEST.
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